Teaching Philosophy

Topics in science and engineering practice maybe mysterious and challenging to learn initially, but being a passionate and curious researcher, I think even the hardest topics should be presented to students in a simple, straightforward yet accurate manner. Through my learning and teaching experience, I believe in participation and hands-on practice techniques for a successful learning process in every discipline. Furthermore, I strongly believe that appropriate engineering education should be up-to-date and informative regarding recent scientic findings.   
Teaching Experience​
  • Teaching Assistant,  Spring 2014
        Computational Methods in Chemical Engineering (CHE 310)
        Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
        Iowa State University
  • Guest Lecturer,  Fall 2013
        Transport Phenomena II (CHE 357) 
        Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
        Iowa State University
  • Preparing Future Faculty Scholar​​, 2014
    Iowa State University
  • Teaching Assistant,  Fall 2011
        Process and Plant Design (CHE 430)
        Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
        Iowa State University